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    green-lantern TT conversion

    Well I started my TT conversion. Wish me luck.







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    I bet she smells of old mustard and sawdust.
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    note to self

    MAKE SURE THAT THE AXLE ARM IS REMOVED FROM THE MOTOR BEFORE TRING TO PULL IT.


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    I got in the middle of this one.


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    I removed the clamp first. It makes the big snap ring easier to get to.


    I had to pry a little to get them apart.


    Since they don't seem to sell a good pair of large snap ring pliers around here I modded a pair of pliers with a grinder and it worked pretty good.


    little more prying


    I lined the arrow on the nut to the dowel hole then also used a sharpie. (of course the sharpie can come off easy when cleaning)


    on the compressor side I marked the wheel and the nut so when putting it back together I had a good idea how hard to tighten it down. I put a lite scratch on the wheel and housing because when cleaning I know I would remove the sharpie mark there.

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    I just realized how little pictures I took putting it back together. LOL

    I just oiled the hell out of every thing and put it back like I took it apart.

    Yea no more shaft play!



    this is the link I used and I did post it in the TT conversion link thread.

    http://www.stage-infinity.com/2007/0...turbo-rebuild/

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    I can't wait to get that turbo spinning

    look what coop broke

    giving coop a hard time about breaking it.

    this turned out to be a lengthly job.

    I am giving coop a hard time about the fuel pump but he has helped me out allot this weekend.

    thanks coop!

    much more pics to come

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    this needs to go here

    and this here

    two of these damn bolts wanted to strip on me so I had to set the motor down on the ratchet to break them loose lol

    that thing is right where I want to mount the oil return


    hammer and chisel...well screwdriver


    Guess what this is for

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    looks good

    I think that will work


    I don't like the way that line touches the precat. the rest looks good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCIV View Post
    Here are mine. Yeah I broke the damn fuel pump bolt. A hour job turned into a two day one. But at least I showed up.


    why pauls car will spin a bearing

    look how fast they rust, how and pauls handy work.

    car in its current state

    this was suppost to be a pic of how you have to bend a na to fit a tt fuel pump. Its not much and the worm clamp is just for insurance

    that clutch is going to hate life
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    TURBOZZZZZZZZ

    I had to pull those in freaken 40 degree weather because paul was always to lazy to come get them. Note to self: dont offer parts to someoen who will not come pick them

    and pauls action shot.


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    I meant to take the picture before I taped the resistors and wiring up so someone could verify that I put them in the right spots.

    same here

    I need a better looking valve cover.

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